Nate Jones and his Fresno City College teammates leaped past Reedley in Week 5 but three weeks later ran into a buzzsaw in Hayward, where the Rams lost 52-17 to Chabot on Oct. 24 despite Jones’ 224 yards rushing and two touchdowns.
Nate Jones and his Fresno City College teammates leaped past Reedley in Week 5 but three weeks later ran into a buzzsaw in Hayward, where the Rams lost 52-17 to Chabot on Oct. 24 despite Jones’ 224 yards rushing and two touchdowns. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
Nate Jones and his Fresno City College teammates leaped past Reedley in Week 5 but three weeks later ran into a buzzsaw in Hayward, where the Rams lost 52-17 to Chabot on Oct. 24 despite Jones’ 224 yards rushing and two touchdowns. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

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